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Scene & Heard

His roots are deep in social issues

Alastair Moock will play a benefit show at Johnny D's. Alastair Moock will play a benefit show at Johnny D's. (Ned Harvey)
By Jonathan Perry
Globe Correspondent / January 9, 2009

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Alastair Moock was, as he bluntly puts it, "a weird kid." Instead of latching on to typical '80s teenage music like Motley Crue, the gravel-voiced Boston-by-way-of-New York singer-songwriter gravitated to folk stalwarts Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger. (Full article: 754 words)

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